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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 1929

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mem-
bers of the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean
of the Summer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. (11:30 a.
in. Saturday).
Volume IX SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 1929 No. 7

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Women's Education Club:
The Women's Education Club will meet in the Cave Room of
the Women's League Building on Monday evening at 7:15 o'clock. Dean
Agnes E. Wells of Indiana University will speak on the American Assoc-
iation of University Women Fellowship. All women interested in teach-
ing are invited to attend the meetings of this club.
Henrietta Howser, President
Phi Delta Kappa:
The fi~st weekly luncheon of the Phi Delta Kappa fraternity will
be held at the Michigan Union on Tuesday, July 2, at 12:05 sharp. All
field members who are on campus during the summer session are
urged to attend this luncheon. Members of other chapters are cor-
dially invited to affiliate themselves with the local chapter during the
summer and are asked to attend this luncheon.
Wesley C. Darling, P.. esident
Health Service During the Summer:
All students regularly enrolled for the Summer Session are entitled
to medical attention at the University Health Service.
Dispensary: The Dispensary will be open from 8 to 12 and 1 to 5
daily, except Saturday and Sunday. Saturday hours 8 to 12; Sunday
hours 11 to 12.
Room Calis: Students who are ill in their room and wish medical
attention may cail the Health Service trhough the University Telephone
Exchange for such service.
Warren E. Forsythe
Notice:
No Smoking! Because of the fact that Newberry Hall is not a fire-
proof building and because it is now housing collections which are
extremnely valuable and could not well be replaced, it is requested that
the "11o Smoking"' rule be strictly observed in and amound that build-
ing.
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary
Men's Education Club:
The Men's Education Club will meet at 7 o'clock Monday evening
at the Michigan Union..
Thomas Diamond I

George Westling, rookie Tiger
shortstop, is fast learning the
ropes and is rapidly becoming ac-
climated to his new surroundings
in big league baseball. Bucky Har-
ris has had difficulty in bottling up
the shortfield position and was
forced to bench Heine Schuble, a
valuable man at the plate, in the
search for a man with mire abilityj
afield.
With the benching of Harry
Rice in order to make way forj
a.dditionaf batting strength
among his outfielders in favor
of Bob Fothergill, the Bengals,
probably have as well balanced
a group of gardeners as any
team in either major =eague.
Roy Johnson in centerfiefild ranks
with Averill of the Cleveland In-
dians as the best of the rookie out-
fielders in big league baseball. Heil-
mann and Fothergill are easily
capable of staying with the firstj
ten batsmen in their league while
either are to be ranked as capable
afield.
Despite the successes of the
veteran Tilden the hopes of the
American Davis Cup entries in
their quest for Davis Cup lau-
rels will hardly be at a high
ebb It seems again destined
that the indomitable quartet of
Frenchmen, LaCoste, Cochet,
Borotra, and Brugnon, will re-
tain the most prized of inter-
national trophies for another
year.
Tilden seems capable of carrying
either an assignment in the sin-
gles or a place on the doubles team'
against the best of the Gallic de-

hardly
among
tennis
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wise. Somewhere from
the shock troops of Yankee
stardom three other com-
must be found capable of
strokes with the "mus-
of France.

Rebel Reaches MexicoI
On Way To His Exile'
VERA CRUZ, June 29-Accomp-
anied by 25 armed men, Augustino
Sandino, former Nicaraguan insur-
gent leader, was here today enj

Naval Power Survey
Is Made By Ministers
(BY Associated Press)
LONDON, June, 29.-A damper
has been thrown on expectations
of an imminent conference of the
naval powers on disarmament and

George Lott would seem the
best bet for a singles assign-
ment. Despite his unorthodox
style the Chicagoan has shown
himself capable, has demon-
strated as in years past a great
competive personality. The
choice of the other two would
seem to come from the trio-
Hunter, Henessey, Van Ryn.
Things look brighter for future
American tennis campaigning with
the brilliant performances of'
Junior Coen on European courts
this spring. The youthful Mis-
sourian has a beautiful assortment
of strokes and matureness which
the years will bring the protegyl
of Bill Tilden should play a promi-
nent part in America's interna-
tional competition.

route to exile at Merida, Yucatan. naval reduction
He arrived Friday from Guatemala, Some quarters had been led to
having been given the governments believe that prompt actions of Am-
permission to reside in Mexico. bassador Dawes, Premier Ramsay
He professed ignorance as to MacDonald and Ambassador Hugh
where he would go next or how S. Gibson in initiating conversa-
long he would remain in Mexico. tions on the subject implied an
In an interview in which he de- early call for a meeting of the na-
scribed his opposition to the estab- E tions.
lished government in Nicaragua heB
Both in news dispatches from

declared "right now American im-
perialism is provoking trouble be-
tween Honduras, Salvador, and
Guatemala, striving to create an
opportunity to step in and acquire,
islands for establishment of a new
naval base."

Washington and in a speech Fri-
day 'night by Premier MacDonald,
however, there was an indication
that this was not the case, and that
extensive preparation would be
undertaken before a call finally is
issued for a conference.

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Extra Ford Trip:
To provide for students unable to secure tickets for the Ford excur-
sion today, an extra excursion has been scheduled for Saturday, July
13, 8 a. m. Tickets may be secured at the office of the Summer Session.
Carlton Wells, Secretary of the
Summer Session I
June Brings Little Firefighting
For Ann Arbor Fire Department
The Ann Arbor fire department I The loss, estimated at $10,000 is
had a rather quiet month, twenty said to be covered by insurance.
calls having been answered since Mrs. Carrie Bailey, of 809 Fourth
June 1. The largest and most spec- Ave. reported to the police depart-,
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today, when two Ann Street store- had been entered and a dress, an
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